The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday ordered that there be oral arguments over whether or not Cynthia Baldwin, the former general counsel of Penn State, be publicly censured for how she represented Penn State officials during the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

“We are pleased that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will be entertaining briefing and oral argument in this matter,” said Baldwin’s attorney, Charles DeMonaco, a partner at Fox Rothschild in Pittsburgh.

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